Mr. Penguin and the Fortress of Secrets (Hardcover)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 2 in the Mr. Penguin series.
- #1: Mr. Penguin and the Lost Treasure (Paperback): $9.99
- #3: Mr. Penguin and the Catastrophic Cruise (Paperback): $9.99
- #4: Mr. Penguin and the Tomb of Doom (Paperback): $9.99
Dashing detective Mr. Penguin and his Adventuring gang are in for a wild ride after they crash-land on a snow-drenched mountain. From Alex T. Smith's delightfully illustrated, mystery-detective series.
After escaping a plane wreckage unscathed, Mr. Penguin and his kung fu spider sidekick, discover strange noises coming from an old, ruined fortress nearby. New friends, twins Dieter and Liesel, are convinced it's related to the pets in their village going missing.
When one of Mr. Penguin's pals disappears in the middle of the night, the gang leaps into action and unveils an evil hypnotist's plan to take over the world. Can Mr. Penguin foil this perilous plot and get home in time for a fish finger sandwich?
Alex T. Smith's Mr. Penguin is a page-turning, illustrated middle grade series that is sure to thrill young readers looking for a good adventure and major laughs. Two color illustrations throughout.
About the Author
Alex T. Smith briefly considered careers in space travel, cookery and being a rabbit, but finally decided to become an illustrator. He earned a first-class honors degree in Illustration from Coventry University and went on to create the award-winning Claude series which has been developed as an animated TV show. When he isn't doodling in his sketchbook, Alex can be found people-watching and eavesdropping. He lives in England with two very tiny and naughty dogs.
"Mr. Penguin's second caper is as silly as the first. . . Fans will be happy more adventures are in the offing." —Kirkus Reviews
★ "The book's clever plot twists will surprise and delight young readers... Stylish and intricate drawings. . . a rollicking caper." —Foreword Reviews, Starred Review
"Smith delivers a peppy mystery brimming with absurdity and laughs, suspenseful moments, and detailed two-tone illustrations. The idiosyncratic crew has more heart than talent, which results in some genuinely funny moments. . . Hero and villain tropes give the entire adventure the feel of a well-crafted cartoon episode, and kids will eagerly stay tuned." —Booklist Online